In these picks of the week, we find the last of the festive season’s celebrations wrap up and Vancouver’s winter festivals continuing.
Canyon: Take your first look of the season or return for your last visit amongst the treetops of the tallest illuminated trees and much more at Canyon Lights Winter Festival at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park before it closes for the season January 28th, 2018.
Fest: The 2018 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival moves into its second week with plenty more picks to get out of the house on dreary winter nights for great entertainment around the city until February 4th
Eat: Dine Out Vancouver Festival sustains our stomachs and souls with hundreds of great restaurant set menus and food events until February 4th
Pride: Up the sea-to-sky, the 26th Annual Whistler Pride is bringing one of the largest winter pride celebrations filled with colour and excitement to the resort village until January 28th.
Comedy: Tonight at Orpheum Theatre, funnyman Adam Sandler brings comedy to the stage supported by friends David Spade and Rob Schneider.
Rock: Over at the Pacific Coliseum, tonight, Queens of the Stone Age rock out with Eagles of Death Metal in support
HipHop: Swedish rapper Yung Lean & The Sad Boys bring beats to the stage at Vogue Theatre, Wednesday night
Honeys: Fighting the power never tasted so good! Hot Brown Honey turns up the heat with a serving of sass and empowerment at The Cultch York Theatre until January 27th
Chocolate: Sip your way around the city with the warmth of the Hot Chocolate Festival on until February 14th
Pucks: Vancouver Canucks have returned from the road to host Buffalo Sabres at Rogers Arena on Thursday evening
Drama: Pi Theatre, in association with PuSh Festival, presents the Canadian debut of David Greig’s play The Events, about 2011 attacks in Norway, on stage until January 28 at Russian Hall.
Puppets: Presentation House Theatre and Marionetas de la Esquina reimagines the classic Sleeping Beauty in a contemporary take, performed by puppets from January 26 to February 4.
Theatre: The Arts Club picks up their season for 2018 with Topdog/Underdog playing at the Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre until February 11th and Jitters at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage starts previews January 25
Pitch: Rugby Canada takes to the pitch at BC Place to host Uruguay in Rugby World Cup qualification, Saturday afternoon
Fly: In celebration of the Lunar New Year, Fly Over Canada once again presents a double-bill of Flight of the Dragon, along with the regular Fly Over Canada experience, for a limited time, only until February 18th.